Hungarian Solidarity Movement

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LeaderPéter Kónya
Founded1 October 2011
Headquarters1068 Budapest, Benczúr Str. 45.
Youth wingFiatalok Magyar Hangja - Szolidaritás Ifjúság
Young People's Hungarian Voice - Solidarity Youths
Political positionCentre-left
ColoursRed, White and Green

The Hungarian Solidarity Movement (SOLIDARITY) (Hungarian: Magyar Szolidaritás Mozgalom, SZOLIDARITÁS) is an independent political movement in Hungary,[1] which was founded in 2011, against the Cabinet of Orbán. The movement's leader is Péter Kónya.[2]


The solidarity founded on 1 October 2011 to 10 individuals, led by Kornel Trench, Tamas Szekely, Peter Sandor Konya and Szekely, who is the Armed Forces and Police Workers Advocacy Association (FRDÉSZ) was previously chairman of the trade union. On 17 December 2012, during a demonstration series was announced to become a national organization. On December 23, 2011 was called to life is the dean (Democratic Opposition Round Table) to the democratic opposition parties to facilitate cooperation. On October 26, 2012, she joined the formation of the Solidarity Movement in 2014.

The 2014 parliamentary elections, the three together parliamentary representatives of the two members of the Solidarity Movement. Peter Konya list, dr. Szabolcs Szabo and Csepel Soroksar individual Member of Parliament came as the parliament.

On 6 September 2014, the General Assembly of Solidarity transformed the organization's management structure, Alexander Szekely elected executive president, Peter Konya and social chairman.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "The Hungarian Solidarity Movement's (SOLIDARITY) purposes!" (in Hungarian). Archived from the original on 2013-08-09.
  2. ^ "SOLIDARITY: Hungarian Solidarity Movement - We" (in Hungarian).